Winter BreakLincoln Elementary School
Book Nook Story of the Week
Hispanic Heritage Month Photos
Athletes for Charity Promotes STEM & Literacy
Lincoln's Starbooks is Open for Business
Come and Browse our Books at Starbooks!
Starbooks - Lincoln's New Student Bookstore
Starbooks is the brainchild of our 5th grade teacher Mrs. Kruit. She and Mrs. Rodich, our 4th grade teacher, collected monetary donations from the staff and drove all the way to Aurora, Illinois to buy boxes and boxes of gently-used books to stock the shelves of Lincoln School's new bookstore. Starbooks has books for all Kindergarten to 6th grade students.
The bookstore is housed at Lincoln School in room 207 and tickets are being sold to purchase the books. The cost of each book is only 50 cents. Money collected from the sales of the books will be used to buy more books. Parents and students are welcome to come visit the bookstore and browse the hundreds of books waiting to be read.
Lincoln Hosts Spooky Stem Night
It was wet, gloomy and cold outside but inside were happy witches, goblins, and a wide assortment of monsters haunting the halls of Lincoln School on the Eve of Halloween where science and treats were part of the fun. To view and download pictures, click the following link.
Spooky Stem Night at Lincoln
Chicago Bears Raashad Coward Teams Up With Lincoln
Raashad Promotes STEM at Lincoln
Athletes for Charity
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Rashaad Coward has been named Week 2 NFLPA Community MVP after partnering with Athletes for Charity to launch a STEM and literacy program at Lincoln Elementary School in Indiana
“I am truly honored to be named NFLPA Community MVP,” Coward said. “I was only answering a call to drive out to Indiana to support some of our youngest fans out that way, who root for us every week.”
On September 17, Coward drove more than an hour south to spend the day with students at Lincoln Elementary and take part in the school’s newest educational program. Along with distributing themed books to the 100 students in attendance, the Bears lineman worked closely with them on various engineering projects.
Coward’s visit was an extension of his service work with Athletes for Charity, a non-profit that partners with sports figures to support the educational development of underserved youth. As a STEM ambassador, Coward has made a commitment to visit Lincoln Elementary once a month so that he can pour back into the students and their program.
“I enjoyed spending time with the kids and talking to them about their favorite STEM subjects and learning about engineering with them,” Coward said. “I am blessed to be in this position and just want to inspire them like other players did to inspire me to pursue my dreams when I was young. I am excited to expose the kids to opportunities I didn't have when I was younger.”
Family Literacy Night (Click a picture to enlarge.)
Lincoln Celebrates Teacher Appreciation Week
Let's Go Camping!
Principal Sharp and Assistant Principal Padilla led the charge this week to celebrate all the members of its staff with a week of treats, surprises and gifts. This year the theme was camping and as usual, the celebratory week was a huge success!
Lincoln Celebrates Under the Stars Camping Style
Highlights of Lincoln Ladies Championship Game
Pete the Cat Visits Lincoln
Principal Sharp and Vice Principal Padilla Welcome Pete the Cat
Go Lincoln Lady Cardinals!
Lincoln: Chosen for Tree Project
Why are students digging in the dirt?
The students, staff, and tree huggers at Lincoln Elementary School are excited about a new environmental project that is taking place right on our school grounds. The Student Conservation Association (SCA) CommuniTree Team and Lincoln students began the joyful task of planting 25 native trees to Indiana on Thursday, May 17th. The school will be creating and maintaining their very own arboretum of Indiana Native Trees, a project that will continue down Commonwealth Avenue as a linear Arboretum. In total, over 300 trees will be planted with over 30 species of trees. Check out the video on the right to see how the digging went.